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today calling for change. he wants republicans to focus more on issues like education and health care and spend less time talking about the deficit. congressman cantor is with us this morning. >> good morning. >> you've got a big speech today asking the republican party to change. is this about tone or ideology? >> what this is about is about making sure that we can express why we're doing what we're doing. we believe very strongly obviously in things like fiscal discipline and not spending money you don't have we also believe in that, because it helps people, in the same way we've got to address the plight of so many working americans right now, and those who don't have any work and say that yes, we've got policies that will help you in terms of giving you an opportunity for quality education, in terms of trying to help you bring down the costs of health care. we've got some real policies that we want to put to work to help people and that's what this is about. >> so on policy and on immigration reform will you today endorse the proposal put forward by senator
the work his foundation is doing to address challenges in global health and education across the globe. i spoke to the man who made microsoft at the world economic forum in davos last week. in the road aweighedhead for the company he founded and his success successor, steve bammer. >> tech leaders, those are hard jobs. amazing things. be great. >> microsoft has not had an easy time recently. would you ever return to the front office? >> i'm engaged adds chairman on a part-time basis but my full-time work for the rest of my life will be the foundation work. microsoft has a lot of exciting things going on. it's a competitive field. windows 8 has done well. surface computers are doing well. so i share lots of ideas about where office should go and, you know, i think the field as a whole should be proud of how quickly it's moving and microsoft is lead in a lot of those areas. >> you and melinda have given away some $28 billion through your found dags. your fortune is still more than $68 billion. where do you see your work now? >> well, we're committed to the diseases that affect the poorest,
of the healthcare spending. that is an important point. >> let's switch to another passionate topic. education. quite a few questions from the audience on how much can we afford to fund and where should we be funding and investing in the educational system? should it be done on a national level or a state level? >> let's mix it up, you go first. >> i have read that test scores of american elementary and secondary educational students have not increased and the famous nation at risk report in the early 1980's. even though spending has increased dramatically. i question whether the solution to the problem is, let's take those systems and pour money into it are. it's hard to argue against earning more money, that and possibly hurt. but you basically have major structural flaws in the way the system is organized. it is not producing the results that we need. i strongly believe that -- i would say, after entitlement spending, i would put the quality of our educational outcomes as the greatest long-term threat to america's economic strength. it is the most important thing, and it has to do with stru
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in education in california means this state is getting rid of a policy requiring 8th graders to take al geeb bra 1. this state board decided california 8th graders will no longer be required to take algae bra one. california adopted what is called common core kir rick rim. they can take algae bra one or take coursesofvé with elements f algae bra. to limit possibilities. it doesn't requirement them to. >> critics say schools struggling can choose not to offer al geeb bra one, leaving students ill prepared for college. for la teen yoz it triples to 63% its hard to ilg nor how important it is. single success about college graduation so why not start early. there has been a big push for education. silicon valley needs workers skilled in the fields. >> we shouldn't be dumbing down our standards. >> bob hough thinks it's a step back. >> we've been rest behind in the world and will lose our place keeping a regime for california. >> supporters insist that this doesn't mean less riggor that it's a good thing to have student expectations. >> the man helped write dr. martin luther king junior's i have
, and social media is there means of education. abc asked us to get on with your as soon as the show came out. -- to get on twitter as soon as it came out. i thought, it really gets on my nerves. i am not doing that. they said, we want you to. i knew that i was behind the times, so i thought, why don't we check it out? i was really uncomfortable at first, and within a short time i was stunned by the scope and power of it. we do this thing where we do live tweets during an episode, so the cast will get on a stretcher, and we communicate in real time with our fans -- will get on twitter, and we communicate in real time with our fans. tavis: you know what trending is now. >> the first time i tweeted, i was terrified. i thought, what button? then you get the hang of it, and now it is fun. i tweet with regularity and thousands of people, for some of insane reason, are interested. you learn how to communicate, and it is extraordinary, and kerry washington is a master at it. the other actor is way ahead of the curve. it has been a big engine for us. tavis: you are playing the president, but you have
had a heart attack. and it was really an unfortunate time for me because i just wasn't educated. i had never taken the time to learn about the signs of a heart attack or, you know, about women and their risks for heart disease. >> when it was happening, did you know that's what it was? >> i did not. i was pregnant at the time. i mistook the signs for morning sickness. >> let me ask you, there's a lot of women watching right now. what are the signs? who is at risk? >> you know, both men and women do get chest pain, but women in particular have symptoms other than chest pain. they have shortness of breath, heartburn. like she did. and dizziness, fatigue. so oftentimes women delay seeking help because they think it's something else. and the message here is that heart disease is preventable. and so it's a message for all women today, get to know your cardiac risk factors so you can try to prevent heart disease. >> lastly, do you have a final word or advice you'd like to share with the ladies watching today? >> yes. heart disease does not care what size you wear. it doesn't care how o
about teaching and educating people so we have a level playing field. that is what the problems have been, no level playing field. that's what we hope to accomplish today. >>gretchen: bob is going to answer questions every hour. the seminar goes from now until 10 a.m. eastern time. >>brian: did you know there's one day of the week you should not get gas because prices are the highest? that secret revealed if you promise not to tell anyone. >>steve: back to fiction. you could be having a heart attack right now and not have a clue. dr. mark segal is here to test how much you know test how much you know about your health really. i'm lorenzo. i work for 47 different companies. well, technically i work for one. that company, the united states postal service®, works for thousands of home businesses. because at usps.com®, you can pay, print and have your packages picked up for free. i can even drop off free boxes. i wear a lot of hats. well, technically i wear one. the u.s. postal service®, no business too small. [ coughs ] [ baby crying ] ♪ [ male announcer ] robitussin® liquid formu
education and d thinking. she vowed to keep up the campaign that led to the attack saying every girl and child should be educated. and just ahead on world news, abc news reporter brings you an interview with her father to discuss the story. you can watch it on world news with diane sawyer right after abc 7 news at 5:00. >> families hoping to end a boy scout ban of gay scouts and leaders have%,,vz 1.4 millin signatures supporting them and delivered with those sig turtz boy scouts of america's head quarters in texas today. officials are meeting to discuss this ban. last week they discussed a qq is a lot of excitement in the bay area though 49ers came up short in super bowl 47 last night. take a look at this scene. sky 7 was overhead. 49ers landed to cheering stan fans. niners came up five yards short after one of the greatest come backs. we saw collin kaepernick give fans the number one sign. abc 7 news is live where a bigger group of fans have gathered. leanne? >> i know. it's about, i think, i calculated about 150, maybe 200 people are here, fans and so forth. you know, one thing hav
number of problems, poor education of how to adapt economically and a globally interdependent world. that could cause all kind of social dislocations in the united states. so i hope that's the great thing about it, that's one reason we should be so grateful to dr. king and not see him as a leader for black folks. we should see them as a leader for fairness and for dealing with the most troublesome problems we have by that message. if we do that we have a chance to address these problems before they become acute, before they become -- we have terrible social dislocations. so yes, i think these are very serious issues. i think the health of a democracy and the capacity people, it's no joke that we sit around and we said it would totally dysfunctional. and what i'm hoping is some of that comes out of culture. ever all local to sleep in a sense of cynicism about politics and don't see that politics start with you and me and what we're going to do and who we are going to talk to tomorrow, and how far we're going to reach to try figure how we ca can address any one of the serious problems
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movers, weak outlook from green mountain coffee roasted, better than expected profits at education company devry. and over 7%, internet services company akamai slowly reporting revenue growth, good news on big time up about 18% and surprise fourth quarter profit from insurance giant allstate. could we get a look at that, allstate is up about 2 1/4%. better than expected profit in real estate brokage. cbre trading up about 10% now and robot maker, cautious first quarter guidance. and that affected the stock big time over 7% and better than expected profits in auto parts, retailer o'reilly automotive, that stock jumping over 10%. does george lucas know something that we don't? why is george lucas filing paper work that would allow him to sell his shares in disney? 2 billion dollars worth of shares? we're going to be asking our stock guy coming next. (announcer) at scottrade, our clients trade and invest exactly how they want. with scottrade's online banking, i get one view of my bank and brokerage accounts with one login... to easily move my money when i need to. plus, when i call my
educated than you, smarter than you, and has the british accent. he asks you questions, and you get up and drive around for about an hour. you get back to what appears to be the same studio with a different guy who is a very smart. every single one of them would start by saying, our next guest has been described as the funniest man in america. [laughter] you know, we will see about that. i have always hated that quote. what do you think, alan, is it true? >> oh, yeah. >> the funniest man on this side of the stage. somebody wants to know, what are your limits? pushing the boundaries. some of the things in the book pushed the boundaries a little bit. >> my character is a horrible bang human being. he speaks -- my character is a horrible human being. he speaks profanely. he has no sensibility. when you write that, we think that people will get that this guy is a joke. we hope that. >> my character is a good citizen. he plays by the rules. when i created the character and send it to dave, it was only natural for him to send back somebody who was the polar opposite. his character, there is
donation to public education, and more recently his pledge to hold a fundraiser for chris christie. what do you think this says about his ambitions? >> well, you know, i think he's always looked at a very big picture. i think mark wants to change the world. he wants to, you know, create a revolution, and i think that's always been his thing. so he's gotten more political and he's definitely trying to change things. >> you and many others have said that zuckerberg is a megalomaniac. >> i don't mean it in a bad way. he wants the whole world to change based on something he's doing. he sees facebook as a revolution, as something that is going to affect every aspect of our lives. and he really sees the world going from a village to a city to facebook. and i do think that he wants to impact everyone in the world's life. and he is doing that. he's actually a successful megalomaniac. >> yeah, he is in a big way. he has said he idolized steve jobs. is he in your opinion the next steve jobs? or do you think his legacy might eclipse that of his hero? >> i do think he will eclipse steve jobs. he's not
is a lobby group that "aims to inform and educate policymakers, consumers, and the media about the penny's economic, cultural, and historical significance." that's right, historical significance. for instance: did you know, historians tell us there was a time when pennies were useful. [laughter] and americans for common sense backs everything up with science evidence, like a recent poll which showed that "almost two-thirds of americans still feel the penny should be retained." and you can trust that poll, because it was conducted by leading opinion researchers coinstar. [laughter] of course. [ laughter ] coinstar, clearly impartial. they don't care if the government got rid of all change. there are still plenty of metal disks for them to count. who doesn't want to know how many washers you have in your pocket? [laughter] of course, cynics say americans for common cents can't be trusted just because "they are run by the main lobbyist representing the zinc industry, which supplies most of the metal used in pennies." [laughter] turns out pennies are mostly zinc. that's why whenever i feel a
to the six educators killed in the shooting at sandy hook elementary in flutown. family members will receive the awards during a ceremony at the white house next week. the principal, school psychologist and four teachers have been credited with protecting the children during the rampage. >>> we are learning more details about an alleged alabama captor's private moments. the fbi says jimmy lee dykes engaged in a gun battle beefs he was killed. during the raid, 5-year-old ethan was rescued after being held captive for nearly a week. officials say he tried to reinforce the bunker to stop bomb technicians from entering. >>> coming up next, a 10-year- old boy arrested at a local elementary school. we'll tell you what police say he was carrying in a backpack that led to the action. >>> first, let's check in with tucker for your forecast. >> cold temperatures to start your morning. we are in the 20s and 30s. what else is new. cloud cover and a flurry or two out there early this morning. what does your wednesday forecast have in store. i'll have details on that and julie has your traffic in just a m
. they're trying to help more wild animals and educate the public. >> we feel important for tourists to come in to get that he had x to be able to see the animals. >> that would mean more happy endings for animals like this peregrine falcon. he's healed and about to be released. >> i'm getting him tired so he'll come down, come on. >> tom is able to grab the bird. >> he is flying well. >> minutes later it's in a card board box. >> here we go, buddy. >> that is a great release. >> we've released 14,000 animals back into the wild this, is special and just about what we're hoping he would do and just keep flying. >> if i had wings boy fly, too. that is a thrilling moment to get there. constand fund raising is required to build that home. if you can help we have a link click on see it on tv. this is good work. >> coming up, an update on the forecast. >> starting with live doppler 7 hd. clouds increasing in the bay area sky. so this may get cloudier overnight. tomorrow, sunny skies and up north, showery around eureka. and not into southern california. highs under sunny skies into upper 60
together then we cannot only reduce our deficit but we can continue to invest in things like education and research and development nat are going to help us grow. >> more spending. >> and when a guy like obama uses the word invest it means more government spending. he is not stopping trying to raise taxes and when he is talking about closing loopholes and deductions, that's something we all were talking about on the right, conservatives, republicans, as part of tax reform but that was in lieu of raising raising the top rate. he said i raised the top rate and now i want to close loopholes and deductions. so this is all ways of trying to get at the top rate. but remember, that's not where the real money is. it's with the middle class and he is coming to raise taxes on you. >> loopholes could be the mortgage interest deduction. that would generate a lot of money. >> yes. special lie the middle class. >> live it there. thanks for joining us. >> if you a ask harry reid, americans don't believe in spending cuts. >> the american people are on our side. the american people don't believe in thi
the symptoms, educate the family and friend, and help him or her deal with the problems that are associated with ptsd. >> cenk: it seems like in almost every instance early treatment is better. this is a case where funding matters. if if we can get more people to be aware of the situation and get more people benefits i think that will help. >> absolutely. >> cenk: thank you so much for fighting a good fight here back at home as well. we appreciate it. >> thank you. >> cenk: now when we come back, we've got a multimillionaire who is going to be on the show. he doesn't want lower taxes. he wants higher taxes. why? he's pushing the middle out strategy for improving the economy, it makes so much sense even the president is beginning to talk about it. he did during the campaign. we'll talk about it with nick hanour when we come back. >> we're a nation of doers and dreamers and we work hard. i believe that the way you grow the economy is from the middle out. [ ♪ music ♪ ] yep. yep. ok. sure. why not? woah. touchscreens. put that in your dash. now, luxury stuff. make your seats like
lawmakers embracing the challenge of the 4 year state university education honestly for the bargain price of 10,000 dollars. >> average cost for a four-year degree is 30,000 dollars. >> you would be hard pressed to find schools that low. so many are more than that. >> thank you so much. appreciate it, lauren. lauren simonetti as always. >> coming up, despite warnings of defense cuts congress is doing little to stop them in our nation's military already feeling the fallout. more on that up next. plus scanning e-mails answering calls after work, why some chicago cops say they deserve over time and guess what? they are taking it to court. [ woman ] ring. ring. progresso. your soups are so awesomely delicious my husband and i can't stop eating 'em! what's...that... on your head? can curlers! tomato basil, potato with bacon... we've got a lot of empty cans. [ male announcer ] progresso. you gotta taste this soup. i've been fortunate to win on golf's biggest stages. but when joint pain and stiffness from psoriatic arthritis hit, even the smallest things became difficult. i finally understood wh
' rights to have an education. after criticizing the taliban last october, a gunman attacked her, shooting her three times, including once in the head. she survived the attack and is facing one more surgery to place a titanium plate over the hole left in her skull. if she won, she would be the youngest peace prize recipient in the history of the award. >>> in the day ahead now, family and friends will say their final good-byes to a teen murdered at a d.c. bus stop. a funeral will be held for the 18-year-old in silver spring around noon today. last night loved ones gathered for her memorial service. she was gunned down at meeting her accused killer i 21-year-old alexander buckley, through an iphone app called tagged. buckley was already wanted on a felony trespassing warrant at the time of the murder. >>> police have identified the teen killed in a crash in maryland. 19-year-old earl lee was killed yesterday after the car he was riding in veerd off the road and struck a tree. the crash happened right in front of a middle school. the driver and another passenger, both 21, suffered minor inju
presidential citizens medals will be awarded to the 6 educators that were killed at the shootings there at sandy hook elementary school. family members will receive the awards during a ceremony at the white house next week. >>> the principal, the school psychologist and four teachers have been credited with protecting students. the award honors americans who have performed deeds of service for their country or fellow citizens. >> democrats in congress are considering putting limits on the president's use of deadly drone strikes. just yesterday, a leaked memo showed president obama's justification for killing americans overseas working with al-qaida. the drone program is expected to be a top issue when the president's choice has meetings tomorrow. the master mind of the drone strikes. one of them killed was a top leader in al-qaida. >>> also on capitol hill, another budget battle between congress and the president. the nation is facing billions of dollars of automatic spending cuts set to take affect next month. hundreds of thousands of jobs are at risk right here in the dc region.
, then they shouldn't. might need to get yourself educated. >> exactly. there's really good information on the web about simple steps you need to pay attention to. there's also a female condom that's a good alternative for people who don't like the allergic. >> we are showing the hiv testing sites today. you can see them on your screen. ones at the anacostia metro. the elizbeth taylor. max robinson. pretty much any time of day you can go and make sure you know the status. >>> before we let you go, we can sit here and talk about all these reasons why people choose not to practice safe sex. we know a lot of them. but during this month the push is on to do this. it's a simple thing. anything you can tell the folks watching who think they are too cool to use condoms, what would you say? >> the first step is really good communication. to have a dialogue with your partner about what their history is and what last time they've been tested maybe and opening up that conversation makes using a condom or any prevention technique easier. you've already talked about it. you know what's going to happen ahead of
show for car enthusiasts. great for kids, too. it's educational, too. you'll see the technologies that will be in your car today, tomorrow, five, 10 years from now. hybrids and hydrogen. that's a promising technology for us. >> reporter: cool. you've been a great tour guide. we appreciate it. good to see you. also, you heard him say it about the kids, you can bring your kids here. kids can get in the cars, right? >> absolutely. my kids love it. >> reporter: you don't have to clean it up afterwards. don't mess them up. >> okay. don't bring your cheerios. >> don't bring chocolate stuff. >> reporter: get in and get back out. >> i will do that. i love the auto show. >>> beyonce is responding to the lip-synching criticism. >> and see if a local man made it through to hollywood. the buzz bin coming up next. [ female announcer ] pillsbury crescents are awesome. but when i cook up some beef, ketchup, relish and cheese, cover it with crescent dough and pow! cheeseburger crescent casserole. double awesome. pillsbury crescents. let the making begin. [ malcrrkkhshziiiizzlllee. to this symphon
advocated educating girls. listen to how well she is healing. >> today you can see that i am alive. i can speak. i can see you. i can see everyone. and today i can speak and i'm getting better day by day. it is just because of the prayers of people, because all the people, men, women, children, all of them, all of them have prayed for me. >> incredible. her british doctors say malala will not need any more surgeries. >>> cheez-its and a hot wheels car, those are the items that a kidnapper requested for his 5-year-old captive. it is now one week since jimmy l dykes allegedly shot a school bus driver to death and took th this boy hostage. it is still not known one week later what the kidnapper's motive is. the alabama hostage suspect in that bunker is said to be a survivalist. and coming up tonight on "ac 360," looking at the survivalist moment, 8:00 p.m. eastern here on cnn. >>> the family of mohamed ali fighting back against the rumors that he's near death. loved ones tweeted out several photos showing the olympian rooting for the baltimore ravens last night. they discount british tabloid
be catastrophic. i don't care whether you talk about the environment, the economy, education, health, our prison system, our justice system, and on and on. we have a large number -- the energy -- non-governmental organizations, the public interest movement is wide and diverse that didn't exist very much 50 years ago. what it doesn't have is a cohesive sense that working on related problems that ought to create a sense of movement and some sort of sense that we're indebted to the history, if our history were more accurate so, you know, i think that history is about the future, and that the future is -- if the future is dangerous, then it will be less dangerous and more hopeful the better sense we have of our history, but, you know, i'm a his historian. you can expect me to say that. i'm trying to put it in a different way. yes, ma'am? >> i also want to thank you for the wonderful work you're doing. i have grandchildren i want to share it with. my question is about another age group. as i look around this room i see a number of white males of a certain age who lived through much of the times that
with a meat ax and cutting programs like infrastructure, education, r&d. >> we're not cutting where the money is. >> and we're not cutting where the money is. nobody really wants -- i don't want to cut medicare, but we've got to deal with medicare if we're going to get this budget deficit under control. but frankly, look. the president and the republicans are playing their cards close to their vests. republicans are saying no new revenue. democrats are saying no new cuts on entitlements. >> can i just jump in and say, though, cuts are important. you're going to need them eventually, but it's better and smarter to do it when you're back on your historic trend growth which in this country is more like 3% a year versus the 2% that we're in. and another thing on taxes, one thing that amazes me that really hasn't sunk in yet is that tax hikes don't necessarily cut growth. i mean, just look at what happened in the clinton era. or look at all the tax cuts we've done actually in the post world war ii era, we have done 18 tax hikes in order to reduce deficit. each time the market has risen. so i just
people still read the newspaper and how much education people get. at 14th and v northwest inside the restaurant and bookstore busboys and poets -- >> it's mentally stimulating. i've seen a lot of book readings here. i come specifically for that. >> reporter: readers we talked with agree it's rather iron make d.c. would be named the most lit -- ironic that d.c. would be named the most literate city in america when last year less than half, 45 elementary school kids were reading at grade level. >> it's terrifying. it is completely debilitating to think that we haven't figured out a way to gauge the performance of our school system and our teachers. >> i don't think people realize it's such a big issue around here. >> the money that we spend on building stadiums and putting all these high rises up, build a library. >> reporter: that's a tale still being told. in washington beth parker, fox 5 news. >>> 18 women in virginia say they've been grabbed by the same stranger. we have a new picture of the suspect coming up. >> and the man convicted of killing chandra levy back in court, th
the establishment of her new charity, the malala fund for girls' education. the message was recorded before malala's most recent surgery over the weekend, which the doctors have described as a success. >>> the president heads to minneapolis today to meet with local leaders on the issue of gun control. in his annual presuper bowl interview last night he addressed a range of other issues, including the risk of brain injury in children playing football. >> i want to make sure that we're doing everything we can to make the sport safer and that means that the game is probably going to evolve a little bit. >> president obama also addressed the boy scouts' longstanding policy of excluding gays and lesbians, saying that they should have, quote, access and opportunity the same way everyone else does. >>> researchers in england say they have found a skeleton of king richard iii. dna results show the battle scarred bones under a parking lot are, no doubt, those of the king killed in battle some years ago. he was immortalized by william shakespeare as a brutal tyrant who said now is our winter of discontent a
't engaged and educated your child, you've just busted them and the goal is kind of a long term helping your child to govern their behavior. >> once you enter all that stuff what does the app do? does it alert parents if foul language is used? what are some of the key things that could set it off and how is it reported back to the parent? >> sure. it takes all the data out there and makes it actionable for mom and dad, makes charts and graphs so they can understand what's happening in the digital world and mines the texts looking for risky activities and behaves. it alerts mom and dads -- behaviors. it alerts mom and dads with e- mails or texts to their phone. >> everybody is thinking do you have a slew of i.t. guys monitoring everything going on? how does this work? >> all the data is put in essentially a locked box. our staff can't get to the data. this is all done with a parental intelligence system which is literally churning through the data much like a business intelligence system for a ceo. this is really a parental intelligence system. >> what's the cost? >> ranging from always free
educator has allegedly been caught cheating. a university has stripped education minister anetta shahvon of her degree after a blogger said she copied sections of her dissertation. the topic of her work here, how we form our conscience. the minister denies wrongdoing, says she will sue the university for taking away her degree. >>> an arizona couple vacationing in hawaii hanging out, relaxing, canoe ride, when this happens. >> oh, my god! >> we'll keep looping it. i want you to see this again. a huge, wait for it. humpback whale, hitting the bow of this canoe, as it surfaces for a breath of air. good thing they had a camera and they're okay. now look at this. this is a bread truck dangling precariously from above. this is an overpass on an interstate in ft. lauderdale, florida. a truck crashed over the guardrail, wedged against this large concrete column, thank goodness the column was there. folks rushed in to rescue the driver with a ladder. but they weren't able to immediately get to the passenger who did not survive. ♪ ♪ britney spears is close to signing a long-term deal to headl
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